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Kimberly Shellborn writer profile
Kim is the editorial coordinator at Koocanusa Publications. She recently returned to the Kootenays after 15 years in Spain, where she taught English and got to know the food and wine regions of the country. When she’s not writing or taking photographs, she can be found showing her husband and two children all the backcountry trails that she longed for while in Europe.
Most recent articles by Kimberly Shellborn
Kootenay Business Magazine will announce the winners of the 2016 Women in Business awards at luncheons in the East Kootenay and West Kootenay
A recognition luncheon was held on April 8 for rising young stars in the Kootenays
A house is more than just a building made of wood or brick, it’s financial stability, peace of mind and most of all it’s your family’s future.
Same great homemade taste—now available in a second location
Lisa Nicole won the BCCMA Artist Development Project in September 2015
The UpUp Play Tower combines a standing desk, jungle gym and play space in one attractive and compact piece of furniture.
Jamie Latkin has progressed from selling asparagus from the back of his truck to a year-round store and three seasonal locations.
Unique, eco-friendly options for babies and children are offered at the Bumble Tree
Modular homes are built off-site and transported to their permanent location, saving money and time.
You never know who might be sitting down with you for breakfast at the Old Nurses Residence.
Here are seven tips for picking a shade you can live with and love.
Montane Fernie has moved on to Stage 3
Christie and Menno Dueck move their business to a prime location on Highway 3 in Cranbrook.
Use creative marketing to get people through the door.
Staging is the best short term investment a seller can make.
Fernie is the hub in Canada for lifestyle mountain recreation including world-class skiing and summer adventure.
Now open: David and Abigail Upscale Resale
7 things to think about when buying a vacation home
Laura Oleksow and Jessica Riley are enthusiastic and excited to be taking over the ownership of Spa 901
Creston needs affordable housing for its families.
Nancy Cataford makes meals that cater to the diabetic diet
Crystal Dillabough and Chris Earle have opened Baker Street Cafe in Cranbrook, B.C.